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Supporting the Journey: Conversation MApp

Thursday, August 25, 2016 | 12:00 pm CST / 1:00 pm EST

As healthcare providers, we know that diabetes management is a journey for our patients living with diabetes; patient engagement is a critical component for people chronic conditions. We are always looking for ways to improve and promote this engagement between visits.

Healthy Interactions is proud to offer Conversation MApp, a patient app that can be used in-between Conversation Map sessions to support your patient on their health journey. The app can be used with or without educator support.

Please join us for this webinar to learn more about our Conversation MApp app. Healthy Interactions’ US Training manager, and Digital Strategy Developer will tell you more about the app and help you to get started.

What you’ll learn about:

  • The role of patient engagement in chronic disease management 
  • What is Conversation MApp and how does it promote engagement? 
  • How Conversation MApp integrates into existing DSME/S
  • Resources for Conversation MApp use 

Who should attend:

  • Healthcare providers
  • Diabetes Educators
  • Dietitians
  • Nurses
  • Pharmacists

Our Speakers:

Sid Misra, Senior Lead, Digital Strategy and Development

Sid leads the digital strategy and development initiatives at Healthy Interactions — focused on extending the Healthy Interactions mission of Personal Health Engagement through digital support tools. By leveraging almost a decade of experience building high performing teams and products in the video game industry at Electronic Arts, Sid looks to bring to market health applications that are intuitive and connect patients to people and information that can help them gain control over their health conditions. Sid earned his undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from McGill University, and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business.

Julia Socke, U.S. Training Manager & ADA Program Coordinator

Julia has nearly 10 years of clinical experience in Diabetes Self -Management Education (DSME) working with patients of all ages with type 1, type 2, gestational, and monogenic diabetes. She has worked as Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator within diversified academic and community settings in the Chicago-land Area. At Healthy Interactions she currently serves as the ADA Education Recognition Program (ERP) Coordinator, Continuing Education Programs Director as well as the US Training Manager for the Diabetes Conversation Map® program.